Greg was invited by these three sweeties to attend his last Father’s Day show at their Peruvian school.
Maggie, the hula dancer
Ana played her flauta and performed as a chef and a mom in two other numbers.
Cohen was the Pied Piper in his first performance. The teacher read the story as the students acted it out.
Gettin’ it in front of everyone.
Ana’s musical number… they played and had breaks where they also sang.
Those smiles say it all. I didn’t have to guess if she was having a good time or not.
Cohen was NOT excited to be a frog. This face sums up his attitude during the performance.
I got somewhat of a smile when he was lined up with his classmates.
Kermit the Cohen
Chefs don’t get much cuter than this one. Ana’s class did a show where they mentioned different cultures throughout the world. Ana represented Italy. She is making pasta.
Maggie was so excited to help do the “English part” for her class. I know she had a really hard time pronouncing those words. 🙂
Greg and I both exchanged looks when Ana came out as a pregnant woman! They told the story of a mom and dad raising their son. So funny to see her with a balloon as a belly.
I love this shot. Ana’s teacher above, her school best friend below.
The two little ones gave Greg a t-shirt with their handprints. We got tickled at Ana’s gift… a card in the shape of a foaming beer mug and a handwritten letter inside. It’s Peru.